Research in Action

A Content and Thematic Analysis of Closed Claims Resulting in Death (State of the Science Oral Poster Session) (.25 Class A CE)

Monday, September 24
2:15 PM - 2:30 PM
Location: Room 311, Hynes

The AANA Foundation’s State-of-the-Science Oral Poster Session features sixteen CRNAs and/or SRNAs presenting their research findings classroom-presentation style. Each researcher is given 15 minutes in which to present their research and answer questions. Presentations will be focused in two areas – research and evidence based projects.

Supported by AANA Foundation

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Anne M. Hranchook, DNP CRNA

Program Director and Assistant Professor Oakland University Beaumont Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia
Oakland University
Harrison Township, Michigan

Dr. Anne Hranchook is an Assistant Professor and Program Director for the Oakland University-Beaumont Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia. Her research interests include quality and safety in the delivery of patient care in the perioperative setting and the implementation and use of technology in practice. Since 2013, she has beens a member of the AANA Foundation Closed Claim Research Team. As a result of her work with the AANA Foundation, Anne and her teammates have published numerous research articles and presented findings at both state and national meetings.

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